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Attorney general orders refresher courses for federal prosecutors

Requirement comes in response to the botched prosecution of former Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska.

House set to work on budget, supplemental next week

Dems will push for conference committee approval of budget resolution followed by consideration of $83.4 billion defense supplemental.

West Point Cadet Chapel

Union challenges decision to outsource hundreds of jobs at West Point

AFGE and New York lawmakers claim the public-private competition was conducted unfairly.

Who'll Play Defense?

Midterm elections are rarely a referendum on the party out of power.

Report: Congress spent $20 billion on earmarks for fiscal 2009

Alaska led the nation in pork with $322 per capita.

Cash-strapped Patent and Trademark Office awaits new leadership

Agency faces a backlog of more than 750,000 applications.

Watchdog agency calls for 3.5 percent increase in staff

Personnel shortages delayed 21 percent of GAO investigations in fiscal 2008.

Interior seeks public input on new offshore energy plan

Oil and gas development could be expanded, but department wants to boost wind and wave power as well.


Obama says government spending crucial to reinvigorating economy

President also defends “courageous” Pentagon procurement reforms.

Proposed rule increases oversight of program aiding disadvantaged businesses

Proof of contractors’ eligibility in the HUBZone program would be required under the Federal Acquisition Regulation.